In this image, Jessie Spiess applies her signature multiple-exposure technique to the Milwaukee Art Museum's famous Quadracci Pavilion, designed by architect Santiago Calatrava. She often turns her camera to views of such iconic buildings, her technique emphasizing the limitations of human memory in how it reduces such sites into increasingly faint impressions.
Fine art photograph on gallery-wrapped canvas
22 x 28 inches
Signed lower right
Unframed (custom framing is available)